Relive five amazing basketball moments, chosen from all competitions across Europe, that marked the calendar year 2012.
Austria's Rasid Mahalbasic jumped into deep water this summer and has done much more than just trying to stay afloat.
The 2013 EuroBasket Local Organising Committee was proud to announce Ivo Daneu as their third ambassador for the upcoming event on Friday afternoon.
Hungary was last ruled by a king during the now distant Hapsburg era, but this summer saw the rise of a new sort of undisputed leader in the central European country.
The individual numbers looked good for Jon Stefansson
this summer when he competed for Iceland
in the EuroBasket 2013 Qualification Round.
Lubos Barton admits Jan Vesely's absence was very significant for the Czech Republic in their EuroBasket Qualification Round campaign.
It would be understandable if Kristjan Kangur and his Estonia teammates tried to put their fists through walls in frustration, after narrowly missing out on a spot in next year's EuroBasket.
Two months ago, when Italy were embarking on their EuroBasket qualifying campaign, there were more clouds than smiles in the Azzurri camp.
These are tough days in Estonian basketball. The men's national side coached by Tiit Sokk came ever so close to reaching next year's EuroBasket but missed out in cruel fashion.
Watch the last installment of the Road To Slovenia
TV magazine, with highlights and interviews from the final two days of the EuroBasket Qualification Round.
Check out the Top 10 moments from the EuroBasket 2013 Qualification Round. Baskets that defined or decided important games or simply great plays...
A long summer has ended for many national team players in Europe. Some are rejoicing after booking spots in next year's EuroBasket, others are coping with the disappointment of having not made it.
Serbia, Sweden, Latvia, Belgium and Turkey were the teams that earned the coveted last five tickets to EuroBasket 2013 on Tuesday.
Serbia beat Israel on Tuesday night to clinch a spot in next year's EuroBasket, but the margin of the triumph wasn't enough to leapfrog Arik Shivek's side into second place in Group A.
Belgium will play at a EuroBasket for the second time in a row after rolling to an 82-46 win at Albania on Tuesday night.